WARP INTO THE FUTURE

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WARP will bring together science, technology, and engineering together to create innovations that will empower the future. We hope to be the ideal manufacturer of data collection platforms in the land,air and sea domain. WARP is aligning itself for the future where Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning will be extensively used. The startup company is supported by Arrowdynamic Laboratories and Info-comm Media Development Authority Singapore.
Our flagship product includes the SOLAR HALE Unmanned Aerial Vehicle which will be presented at the Singapore Airshow 2020. The platform will be used to collect multiple data sets through various types of sensors. This includes thermal imaging and 3D mapping. Our product will be customized for each protocol. This includes Marine, Rescue, HAPS, Urban & Terrain. In time to come, more platforms will join the protocols to assist the operation using collaborative autonomous technologies. WARP team made a debut at the Singapore Airshow 2020 and presented the business and technical concept to the public.

Our Team

KANESH
KANESH
Design and Development, Project Manager
SARTHAK
SARTHAK
Research & Development, Project Management
SURESH
SURESH
Finance, Marketing, Business Development
JIAN HUI
JIAN HUI
Research & Development
THIRU
THIRU
Programming , AI , Data Collection
SHERMAN
SHERMAN
Engineering, Structural Analysis

FAQS

How can you work with us?

We are in the process of seeking funding for our development and flight tests. We are looking for partnerships and collaborators to help us make this a viable business model. If you have an opportunity or would like to know more about our work, get in touch with us.

What is unique about our solar plane?

Our Solar plane is designed to be modular. Our engineering team has designed and developed the aircraft and batteries from scratch. The modular design is also easily scalable for various payload sizes and protocols.

What is unique about WARP?

Our team! Our team members have worked on stratospheric and space-related projects. Our team brings together unique capabilities that make us what we are today.

What are the technical challenges?

Our design challenge is coming up with a lightweight fixed-wing UAV with a relatively high aspect ratio for soaring at stratospheric heights. The aircraft design should also allow for maximum efficiency across all technical aspects including batteries, MPPTs and flight performance. Both photovoltaics (PVs) and battery technology are evolving rapidly and in time to come solar planes will be able to execute complex tasks that drones of today can achieve but, with better flight endurance.

Why Stratosphere?

The stratosphere is a new frontier for competition between aviation and technology giants where solar planes could offer advantages over satellites. This includes lower costs, easier manoeuvrability and fast deployment turnaround time. Solar planes will be able to support and complement the current satellites and ground stations acting as relays. Such technology also could support BLOS ( Beyond Line of Sight) missions such as launching rockets. Subsidiaries of Airbus SE, Boeing Co and Softbank Group Corp are developing stratospheric drone which could fly autonomously for months. A research firm NSR said that high-altitude aircraft which includes, drones, balloons and airships could bring in 1.7 billion in revenue over the next decade. There are an estimated 40 programs underway. Singapore is strategically located, we are known to be a regional aerospace hub. Having a stratospheric capability will put us on the map as one of the most capable countries in the upcoming future.  

What are our milestones?

  • Successfully conducted computer simulations on a designed model
  • Successfully built the first demonstrator on the design.
  • Successfully tested the solar power system, including MPPT/ PVs
  • Forming of new work team ( April 2019)
  • First flight test conducted (without solar)
  • Development and Testing customised battery for the aircraft in August 2019
  • Low-level flight test conducted and data collected. (November 2019)
  • Low-Level Flight test conducted on January 2020, successful sustained flight performed. Pending review and modifications.

What does Pseudo Satellite Services Include?

Operation of Stratospheric Vehicle Fleet and Ground Station; Mission-as-a-Service provides users with a dedicated fleet of Solar Vehicles to cost-effectively collect scientifically validated atmospheric observations over extensive areas and extended periods of time.

  • On-site operation of the aircraft and support systems.
  • Integration of Payload and supply of power.
  • Real-time Monitoring and collection of data or live communications relay transmission.
  • Analysis and processing of data.

What is WARP’s Mission?

To develop sustainable and profitable unmanned platform solutions and services for various industries.  

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